Mauprat was written in 1837 by George Sand. This story started the raw of social novels. This book bases on the historical material and raises the most urgent problems related to social and politics. The main theme of the story is love. Exactly love of the main hero - Bernard Mauprat to his cousin is becoming a mighty power and an impulce to overcome his arrogance, perversity and selfishness, it leads him to spiritual and moral reincarnation. In the novel the author describes the most common vice in modern society - selfishness. The hero of the novel is a face of bourgeois individualism. The author who follows the idea of utopian socializm considers that the marriage between representatives of opposing estates is the way to destroy the social inequality.